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About Samuel James

Samuel James About the photographer - Samuel Josiah James
Samuel Josiah James is a free-lance photographer who was born and raised in Antigua, West Indies. His interest in photography started in the 1950’s when he was in high school. He continued his photography on a part-time basis during his forty-five years working as a professional television broadcaster in the engineering area in Antigua, Bermuda, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands from 1965 to 2009.
In 1986, some of his photographs were published on the cover of a LP record album, “Ivanna Eudora Kean High School Choraliers and Concert Choir Cultural Mix 1986”. In 1988, Josiah presented a photo exhibit of some of his outstanding black and white photos at Reichhold Center of the Arts. In that same year he presented a colorful exhibit at the Arts Alive Fair in Tillett Gardens on St. Thomas. In 1996 he was selected as the first-place winner in a photography contest sponsored by the Council the Arts.
Throughout his professional career as a TV broadcast engineer,and later as chief engineer at WTJX Channel 12 in the Virgin Islands, Josiah also served as the station’s volunteer- staff photographer . His photography was published in the TV station’s booklet “Take Twelve from 1992 to 2009. In November 2009, his photography was featured in the station’s first edition of the “Taste of Two Islands Cookbook”.
He produced a one hour DVD of his travel to Ghana, West Africa of the 2009 Panafest. In 2010, Josiah was commissioned by Equator3, a New York travel- tour company, to produce a DVD travelogue of a trip to Africa and Europe. He shot many exciting pictures as he traveled on a 31-day cruise from Cape Town, South Africa to London, England. In 2011, Josiah published his first photography book, entitled “Images of Africa and the Caribbean”.